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# What is the specific heat of benzene?

Last Updated: 24th January, 2020

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Benzene Gas -C6H6
Temperature - T - (K) Specific Heat - cp - (kJ/(kg K))
350 1.255
375 1.347
400 1.435

Herein, what is the heat of formation of benzene?

The standard enthalpy of formationofbenzene,C6H6, is+49.2KJ/mole.

Secondly, at what temperature is benzene a liquid and a gas? Benzene boiling point at atmospheric pressureis80 °C (176°F), and hence, benzene mustbepressurized to remain liquid at highertemperaturesthan that.

Similarly, how do I calculate specific heat?

Enter the necessary data and then click on the activetextabove for the quantity you wish to calculate.

1. For a mass m = gm = kg.
2. with specific heat c = cal/gm°C = joule/gm°C,
3. initial temperature Ti = °C = K = °F.
4. and final temperature Tf = °C = K = °F,
5. Q = calories = kcal = x 10^ calories.
6. Q = joules = x 10^ joules.

Is benzene solid or liquid?

Benzene is the name of an aromatichydrocarbon,C6H6. In liquid form,benzeneis clear, colorless and flammable. At roomtemperature, liquidbenzene evaporates easily into the air,and can dissolve inwater. In the environment, benzene may bepresent in air,water, and soil.

Professional

## What does benzene look like?

Benzene is a six-carbon aromatic annulene inwhicheach carbon atom donates one of its two 2p electrons intoadelocalised pi system. It is an aromatic annulene, avolatileorganic compound and a member of benzenes. fromChEBI.Benzene appears as a clear colorless liquid withapetroleum-like odor.

Professional

## What is Hess's Law equation?

Hess's Law of Constant Heat Summation (orjustHess's Law) states that regardless of the multiplestages orsteps of a reaction, the total enthalpy change for thereaction isthe sum of all changes. This law is amanifestation thatenthalpy is a state function.

Professional

## How is benzene formed?

Benzene is formed from bothnaturalprocesses and human activities. Natural sources ofbenzeneinclude volcanoes and forest fires. Benzene isalso anatural part of crude oil, gasoline, andcigarettesmoke.

Explainer

## What is the heat of formation of o2?

Ideal Gas Enthalpy of Oxygen (O2) Enthalpy of Formation:0(kJ/kmol) Molecular Weight: 32 (kg/kmol)
Temp. [K] Enthalpy [kJ/kmol] Enthalpy [kJ/kmol]
340 1234 25512
350 1531 26217
360 1829 26924
370 2127 27632

Explainer

## What is standard enthalpy?

The standard enthalpy of formationorstandard heat of formation of a compound is the changeofenthalpy during the formation of 1 mole of thesubstancefrom its constituent elements, with all substances intheirstandard states. For an element: the form in whichtheelement is most stable under 1 bar of pressure.

Explainer

## Why is the enthalpy of formation of oxygen 0?

The enthalpy of formation for an element initselemental state will always be 0 because it takes noenergyto form a naturally-occurring compound. So in thiscase,ΔHrxn,H2O=ΔHf,H2O . When a substance is formedfrom themost stable form of its elements, a change inenthalpy takesplace.

Pundit

## How do you calculate change in enthalpy?

Use the formula ∆H = m x s x ∆Ttosolve.
Once you have m, the mass of your reactants, s,thespecific heat of your product, and ∆T, thetemperaturechange from your reaction, you are prepared tofind theenthalpy of reaction. Simply plug your values intotheformula ∆H = m x s x ∆T and multiplytosolve.

Pundit

## What is specific heat example?

The specific heat is the amount of heatperunit mass required to raise the temperature by one degreeCelsius.An example: the specific heat of water is1calorie/gram °C = 4.186 joules/gram °C which is higherthanany other common substance.

Pundit

Joule per kelvin

Teacher

## What is the specific heat of air?

Specific Heat Capacities of Air.Thenominal values used for air at 300 K are CP=1.00 kJ/kg.K, Cv = 0.718 kJ/kg.K,, and k = 1.4.Howeverthey are all functions of temperature, and with theextremely hightemperature range experienced in internal combustionand gasturbine engines one can obtain significanterrors.

Teacher

## What is the symbol for specific heat?

The specific heat of a material is the amountofheat required to raise 1 kg of the material by 1°C.Thesymbol for specific heat is c.

Teacher

## What does Q stand for in chemistry?

No other substances are involved (presumably).Associatedwith this system are two quantities, Q, thereactionquotient, and K, the equilibrium constant. and. It isimportant tounderstand the distinction between Q and K.Q is aquantity that changes as a reaction systemapproachesequilibrium.

Teacher

## Why is specific heat important?

A high specific heat of a substance means thatalarge amount of heat is required to raise the temperatureofthe substance. Water covers around 70% of the Earth's surfaceandits high specific heat plays a very important roleasit is able to absorb a lot of heat without asignificantrise in the temperature.

Reviewer

## What is the specific heat of a substance answers com?

The specific heat of a substance is the amountofheat needed to? The specific heat of a substanceisthe amount of heat needed to raise the temperature of 1gramof the substance by 1 degree Celsius.

Reviewer

## What is Q in specific heat capacity?

This is the 'specific heat' of the object(adefined physical/chemical property) multiplied by its mass andthechange in temperature. Heat capacity = mass xspecificheat x change in temperature. Q = mc ΔT. Q= heat capacity, J.

Reviewer

## What does benzene smell like?

Benzene has a sweet,aromatic,gasoline-like odor. Most individuals can begin tosmellbenzene in air at 1.5 to 4.7 ppm. The odor thresholdgenerallyprovides adequate warning for acutely hazardousexposureconcentrations but is inadequate for morechronicexposures.

Reviewer

## What is benzene found in?

Benzene is found in crude oil and isamajor part of gasoline. It's used to make plastics,resins,synthetic fibers, rubber lubricants, dyes, detergents, drugsandpesticides.

Supporter

## Is toluene a liquid?

Toluene, also called methylbenzene, is anorganicchemical compound with a chemical formula of C7H8. Insolubleinwater, it is a colorless liquid with an odor similar tothatof paint thinners. Toluene has intoxicating propertiesandwhen inhaled, can cause neurological harm.

Supporter

## What is density of benzene?

876 kg/m³

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